Protection and security are only valuable if they do not cramp life excessively.— Carl Jung
Just as courage imperils life, fear protects it.— Leonardo da Vinci
Stupidity should be painful.What do bubble-wrapped kids and pithy slogans have to do with protecting Oracle Databases? As it turns out, quite a bit. Protecting your Oracle environment is a lot about balance. When they’re initially questioned, C-level execs often state that no data loss is acceptable. Meaning that the RPO is 0. Which is certainly doable. But when they’re informed how much RPO=0 costs, most execs seek a more modest tolerance for data loss (depending on the application as well as the budget). They also don’t want to overburden employees with cumbersome and unnecessary data protection and availability requirements and processes. Hampering productivity could be more costly than some data loss or (mildly) extended downtime. It’s all about balance.
Dave has been bringing solutions to market under various monikers (Alliances, Business Development, Solution Marketing) for greater than 15 years. Before entering the world of Tech, Dave enjoyed a 15 year stint in the wine business.
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